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Cellular Respiration CONTROL 3x: Control #1 Control #2 Control #3 EXPERIMENT 3x:
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Experiment test #1
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Experiment test #2
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Experiment test #3 1. Create an appropriately labeled bar graph for these results. Include positive and negative controls. 2. Answer the following questions about the cellular respiration experiments:
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a. Which of the above are inhibitors of cellular respiration? Use complete sentences and the data obtained from the experiment to support your answer. Cellular respiration is a process for which chemical energy of food molecules is released and partially captured in the form of ATP. Glucose is one of the most commonly used inhibitors during cellular respiration. Oxygen and Fermentation also exist during the respiration experiment. If oxygen does not exist, respiration still exists through fermentation and glycolysis. Glucose, Oxygen, Arsenate, Cyanide, and Yeast are the top inhibitors of cellular respiration.
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